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EUROSENSE 2022: A Sense of Earth

10th European Conference on Sensory and Consumer Research 13 – 16 September 2022 | Turku, Finland Conference chairs: Mari Sandell, University of Helsinki and University of Turku, FinlandTerhi Pohjanheimo, Aistila Oy, Finland   The European Sensory Science Society (E3S) and the ATJ Sensory Science Division of the Finnish Society of Food Science and Technology invite […]

New Board Members 2022/23

As always in May, E3S organised its annual Symposium and General Assembly to take stock of the past year and set new goals for the year to come. During the general assembly, the board was also reviewed, saying goodbye to some trusted members and welcoming some new ones. Warm thanks to outgoing members: Erminio Monteleone, Italian Sensory […]

SPISE 2020+2 – Summer Program in Sensory Evaluation 2020 – 2021

From Concept to Market: Sensory Evaluation in Asia 29-30 July 2022, at the Hanoi University of Science and Technology in Ha Noi city. SPISE’s mission is to promote sensory and consumer science in Asia. SPISE provides opportunity for sensory professionals and food scientists to meet, to exchange, and to collaborate in the field of sensory […]

Qi Statistic Training – Sensory & Consumer

Qi Statistics Ltd offer statistical consulting and training services to research and industry, involved across the globe in projects for major corporations and are one of the world’s leading providers of statistical support for sensory and consumer applications. Qi routinely organises static training related to sensory and consumer, using statistical programmes such as XLSTAT, JMP®, […]

Covi-19 Pandemic – Message to members

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the E3S would like to remind members of the following points when considering Sensory and Consumer testing: Each country is at a different stage in the pandemic and are facing slightly different challenges so please follow your own country’s government advice, legislation and public health guidelines. Consider your social […]

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